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Clark County Divorce Attorney

If you are considering a divorce in Clark County, Nevada, you may be facing a difficult and emotionally challenging situation. The breakup of a marriage involves more than just a physical separation; finances, family, property, and other entanglements will need to be divided as equitably as possible. Understanding your legal rights and the benefits you are entitled to under law is an essential part of the process. At Hofland & Tomsheck, you will find a knowledgeable and well-respected team of attorneys who have more than 30 years of combined legal experience serving those in Clark County.

Founding attorney Brad Hofland has handled thousands of highly-contested civil litigation cases, including those involving Nevada divorce and family law. Because of his vast experience and proven results, he has become highly sought-after as a legal professional by individuals, families, and even other attorneys and judges in family law matters. His experience with complex litigation means that your divorce case will receive thorough preparation, which can lead to a greater advantage in both negotiations as well as in court, should that route be necessary.

Do I Need a Lawyer to Get a Divorce in Clark County, Nevada?

Nevada is a no-fault divorce state, which means that you can seek and obtain a divorce without having to prove any blame or misconduct on your spouse’s part. Divorce in Nevada is based on the concept that your marriage has irretrievably broken down with no prospect of reconciliation. You can also obtain a divorce if you and your spouse have been separated without cohabitation for at least a year. No-fault also means that your spouse can file for divorce even when you are against it or not prepared to go through with one.

Nevada divides marital property and debts on a community property basis, which is 50-50 or as close to that as possible. Marital property consists of all the income you and your spouse have earned during your marriage as well as any assets or property acquired. Should you and your spouse be unable to agree on how your property should be divided, the court will decide for you based on this rule. A Family Court may, however, divide property unequally if it finds a justified reason for doing so, such as if one spouse has harmed the other through financial misconduct. In many cases, the division of marital property can be complex, such as in high-net-worth, high-asset, long and complicated financial history, or where a family business or professional partnership or group is involved. Because of our trial experience, our firm is very adept at representing your best interests in such disputes.

Caring and Experienced Legal Representation

We understand the frustration and hardships that the prospect – and the process – of divorce can bring to you and to, in many cases, your children. With the compassionate and skilled help of a Clark County divorce lawyer at Hofland & Tomsheck, you can avoid costly and time-consuming mistakes as well as have confidence that your best interests are served by a proven professional. Contact us for a free initial consultation to learn more about the legal factors pertaining to your divorce today.